Oatmeal-whole wheat pizza

Oats Pizza with Mushroom


Oatmeal, whole wheat, flax seed pizza is a wholesome recipe and you will have no guilt of having a pizza again. This is a multigrain crust pizza with tomato basil homemade pizza sauce and topped with greens, sun-dried tomatoes, jalapenos, mushrooms.

Using dill leaves as a topping gave a very mild and warm flavour similar to that of anise.

Health Benefits:

Sun dried tomatoes are rich in nutrients, low in calorie, low in fat but high in sugar so despite of health benefits of eating sun dried tomatoes just the one with diabetes should be careful to budget this into their daily sugar intake before adding tomatoes to their diet.

So top with any toppings of your choice and enjoy with this wholesome pizza.

Yields: 2 medium Pizza
Preparation time: 20mins
Baking time: 13-15mins


For crust:

  • Oats- 2cups
  • Whole wheat flour-2cups
  • Flax seeds-2tbsp
  • Yeast-1tbsp
  • Honey/agave nectar -2tsp
  • Olive oil-2tbsp
  • Warm water-2-2 1/2cup
  • Salt- as per taste
  • Garlic powder-1tbsp

Topping 1:

  • Sliced onion-1num
  • Cleaned and chopped mushrooms-4-5num
  • Sun dried tomatoes-5-6slices
  • Dill leaves- a handful
  • Low fat Mozzarella cheese-50gms
  • Pizza sauce- to spread
  • Dried herbs- as required
  • Olive oil- to brush the crust

Oats Pizza with Spinach

Topping 2:

  • Chopped Jalapenos- 10-12 slices
  • Sweet corn-1/4cup
  • Spinach leaves- 12-15
  • Dried herbs- as required
  • Low fat mozzarella cheese-50gms
  • Olive oil-to brush the crust


  • In a large bowl combine honey, oil, salt, 2cups warm water – drizzle yeast and set until yeast becomes foamy on the top of water (approx. 10-15mins)
  • Grind oats and flaxseeds into flour in the magic bullet or blender.
  • Combine whole wheat flour, powdered oats flaxseed and add this to the yeast mixture and mix until it forms a soft and pliable dough (add extra water if required)
  • Knead the dough for 5-7minutes on a floured surface
  • Pre-heat the oven for 220deg c grease the pizza pans with oil and dust some dry corn meal/flour.
  • Now divide the kneaded dough to two equal halves and spread  each dough as thin as possible and transfer this on to the greased pizza pans .
  • Spread both crusts with pizza sauce and top each one with different toppings as mentioned above
  • Sprinkle some cheese, herbs.
  • Brush the crust with olive oil and bake them for 13-15mins at 220deg one after other.

Serve hot.


  • Greens can be topped once pizzas are baked or just top it at the end and bake for 1-2 mins.
  • Feel free to top as per your preference.

About Chitra Jagadish

My passion for Cooking & love to explore healthy recipes. This blog is a result from it and am here to share 'Recipes for Healthy living'...Its all about 'FOOD and HEALTH'

Posted on July 24, 2014, in International, Main Course and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.

  1. You are the master with Pizza’s 🙂


  2. That pizza crust looks great!


  3. Looks really good !!!


  4. Chitra, you rock big time.. Healthy pizza


  5. Nice crust with the flax, EVOO and oats. Very heart healthy. Like any dried fruits, the tomatoes do pack a lot of residual sugars BUT have a powerful taste punch. 🙂


  6. Fantastic. We do a lot of homemade pizza. One way I get extra nutrients / veggies in is to crush frozen leaves, beet, spinach or Swiss chard and mix with the tomato sauce. Even the adults can’t tell!


  7. Looks sooo yummy!Perfectly made Chithra!Let me ask u something?Is it the Olive oil that browns the crust,ofcourse along with the right oven temp?


  8. Looks delicious Chitra! Never knew sundried tomatoes were high in sugar. Thanks for your insightful post 🙂


  9. Reblogged this on writingwingsforyou and commented:
    I can’t wait to try this! Healthy. And it looks soooo yummy!


  10. NOM NOM NOM…oh sorry…did you want some too? 🙂


  11. Those look delicious! I have a recipe for whole wheat pizza dough I need to do again. Unfortunately, I’m allergic to Flax so need to skip this recipe or omit it.

    Thank you so much for the visit on my site this morning. I appreciate it very much!


  12. yum this is delicious.. love how relativity guilt free this recipe is too. definitely saving to recreate in my kitchen. love it!


  13. I appreciate that you included flax seeds and oatmeal in this recipe! I let Marie know that I really want to follow your recipes. Putting healthy things into my body, after I worked so hard to lose over 45 pounds in my 40’s is important. What we put into our body, as you so know and appreciate, helps our vessels to stay strong and healthy, too! I have a family who has to take anti-cholesterol meds, which horrifies me, due to its side effects! Thanks for this and I will be keeping in touch! Smiles, Robin


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